The birthday gift of a great camera was all the motivation I needed to expand my horizons beyond family snapshots. I read all the books I could find and took rolls of slide and print film. I wanted more out of my photos. After many classes and field trips with Gary Thompson, I learned to actually see things around me, whether far away or right under my nose. I learned to critique my work more thoroughly, and to look for the unexpected. Most of all I learned the patience to wait for a shot, though it is a skill I need more time to master.
There is nothing I enjoy more than heading out for an unhurried photo expedition, whether it’s far away from home or right in my front yard. I get great joy from the moments of creativity in my life. I hope the future allows me to continue to explore the world with a purpose, camera in hand, to capture the beauty in the people and places I’m lucky enough to experience.
We’re back from our Celtic adventure, and I have just posted my Scotland album. Go to “Browse my Photos” /Places/A taste of Europe/Scotland. I’m working on adding much more content from Europe in the […]
I’m looking forward to seeing everyone this weekend at the Clothesline Arts Festival at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, New York. My booth is #184, which is closest to the Goodman Street entrance. I […]
After many years of using Blogger, I’m venturing into unknown territory with WordPress. Please return regularly, as there will be daily changes and improvements! Soon you’ll see galleries of my photos, blog posts, upcoming […]